Taipei, Taiwan, October 14th 2003 - After years of evolution in the computer hardware industry, users desire more than simply a fast system...they seek hardware enlightenment. In the past, users did not seek out hardware enlightenment because their machines were just that: machines, used for mundane, colourless tasks, mere tools to be used as a means to an end. A few enlightened users had dared to delve into the mysteries of the BIOS, but for most, the BIOS was a remote, forbidden place, which guarded its secrets jealously. Those thirsting for knowledge found that dedicated and grueling study was required to master the arts of tweaking and overclocking. Those who did master these arts are indeed among the greatest minds of our time, comparable in spirit to the great
artists of the Renaissance or the Shaolin monks...
What of the rest who seek enlightenment, yet do not aspire to
master? Should they be forsaken? Should enlightenment be limited to the enlightened, relegating the rest to dwell in darkness? Across the world, awareness is growing of tweaking and its sublime benefits...a sea change is occurring, where users will no longer be satisfied with stock-performing systems and will rise up and demand hardware that is interactive, intuitive and enlightened.
Those who seek enlightenment are here now. Are you one of them?
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